Ready for sweater weather and some unforgettable nights of theater on Broadway? In a mysterious drama that blends reality and memory, British acting royalty Pryce and Atkins give a master class in the power of chemistry. Friedman Theatre. Brian Cox Succession plays LBJ during the period between his landslide victory in and his decision not to seek re-election amid the turmoil of the Vietnam War. Below: Playwright Jeremy O. Harris on how he hopes to bring audiences together with the bold new play. Tracy Letts. Linda Vista is named for the apartment complex where year-old underachiever Dick Wheeler Steppenwolf Theatre star Ian Barford lands after his divorce, entering a new world of blind dates and—maybe—self-discovery. Tomei and Scottish actor Emun Elliott form a more glamorous than usual pairing as Serafina and her sexy young suitor Alvaro. Les Miz alum Chris McCarrell stars as the conflicted half-blood high schooler, whose struggle to stop a war between pesky grownup Greek gods is accompanied by a critically praised original rock score by Rob Rokicki.
Broadway wraps up another season with the conclusion Tony Awards. But a crop of new shows is already on the horizon, ready to light up the marquees of the Great White Way. The — season officially kicked off with the May 31 opening of The Boys in the Band; 17 more shows have dates lined up, and several more are inching closer to the boards. Take a look at the list of productions to keep an eye on—which is, of course, subject to change—below. Set in a middle-class family home during the holidays, the play is about a father and his three adult sons who come together to celebrate Christmas over board games and takeout. Sound familiar? Straight White Men subverts the traditional family drama by becoming an exploration of American values, of capitalist belief systems versus social justice systems, and of identity and privilege. Previews begin June
Playbill will update these listings when new information is made available. Emmy winner Darren Criss co-stars. Adams, Brandon J. The Broadway production will be filmed without an audience for a streaming release on Netflix prior to opening. Clarke makes her Broadway debut in the transfer of her Olivier Award-winning performance as Caroline, an African-American maid whose world of '60s Louisiana changes in ways big and small. At a crossroads in their lives the three come together, and under the influence of the drug, take a trip and confront the mysteries of their lives and their world. It follows Li'l Bit Parker as she looks back in time in order to make sense of an uncle Morse who impacted her past, present, and future. Thorpe focuses his cameras and his righteous indignation on the institution.
This fall on Broadway brings a selection of original and classic plays. Those who prefer musicals will want to check out innovative shows that are already generating critical buzz. These two one-act plays go together due to their similar themes about fatherhood and mortality. Buy tickets if… you like your drama served with star power. This production comes directly from a sold-out London run. Buy tickets if… you heart a good love triangle. Lyndon B. This magician and mentalist has made a name for himself with some compelling and confounding Netflix specials. Now he brings his unusual live act to Broadway for a limited run.